Flu season is officially underway. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that flu activity is “elevated” as flu viruses circulate nationwide. Arlington healthcare officials are urging residents to take precautions and get vaccinated to help prevent the spread of flu. Here’s what you can do to lower the chances of getting the flu or passing it on to anyone else: […]
As the partial shutdown of the federal government enters its fourth week, Arlington County has joined local governments around the region in taking actions to help ease pressure on County residents and businesses.
Arlington Safe Havens will offer supervised visitation and exchange services for families who have been affected by domestic violence.
The Municipal Equality Index (MEI) ratings for 2018 are in. See how Arlington scored and what the County is doing to be even more inclusive.
The Arlington County Sheriff’s Office and Department of Human Services are partnering on the new effort.
The Arlington County Board will consider dozens of items at its November Meeting. Here are some of the agenda highlights.
The County will observe Nov. 20, 2018, as Transgender Day of Remembrance.
Arlington County has been awarded a $250,000 grant from CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield to help people with substance use disorders.
Arlington County has accepted a grant from the federal government that will increase the number of Housing Choice Vouchers available to low-income Arlingtonians.
The public is welcome to attend the October 2018 County Board Meeting. The Board will consider Consent Agenda items, and take public comment on a number of items.